Tag: History

Project 365/235 – Silver and Lace

Yesterday’s post of the Leather Repair shop made me think of Leather and Lace. Tucked around the manor are some lovely treasures that are worthy of showing. Delicate etchings placed in sterling created by unknown artists. The craftsmanship and art work created in these pieces are only appreciated […]

Project 365/214 – Timucua Indians

Located in the Ponce de Leon’s Fountain of Youth Archaelogical Park in St. Augustine, Florida is an example of a Timucua Indian village. This location was originally inhabited by the Timucua Indians, with archaeological finds dating nearly a thousand years prior to the arrival of the Spanish. Now […]

Project 365/211 – Waldo

Say it with a long drawn out southern accent “Waalllldoe.” A passing town infamously known as the number one speed trap in Florida. Known so well, that even the American Automobile Association (AAA) has it noted in their travel guides for drivers to beware. Established in the early […]

Project 365/177 – Going Through

When a train goes through a tunnel and it gets dark, you don’t throw away the ticket and jump off. You sit still and trust the engineer. Corrie Ten Boom ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Canon G12. Edited in Lighroom 5, Color Efex Pro and Nik Silver Efex Pro (Antique Plate II). […]